Our furnace is practically ancient. When I moved into our home about several years ago, the furnace was about twenty years old, and the two of us still have not replaced it. My partner and I take good care of the furnace, however the two of us guess it’s time to upgrade. Believe it or not, the furnace still works genuinely well. However, the two of us believe that the two of us would save a lot of currency and energy if the two of us switched to a newer method of heating. Newer heating and cooling models are more energy efficient, which would save us a fortune on our utility bills. While the two of us would have to spend money for the price of a modern heating component and the upgrade, the two of us believe that it would spend money for itself in no time due to the decrease in our spending on energy. Now, the two of us just have to decide which type of heating the two of us would like. All of us could switch from our aged oil furnace to a gas furnace. While this isn’t a large difference, it is cheaper to operate and is safer than an oil furnace, then on the other hand, I am more in favor of a more dire change. I guess the two of us should opt for radiant floors. Even though this would require a more strenuous upgrade process, the benefits seem to outweigh this temporary inconvenience. Because the oil gas furnaces would be installed into the floors, it would take more of a toll on our home. That being said, the radiant oil gas furnaces are genuinely energy efficient, operate silently, and disperse heat evenly throughout the room. In addition, the two of us would never have to worry about cleaning or changing air filters. Because the radiant oil gas furnaces are beneath the floor, they cannot collect dust and debris enjoy standard air vents. Either way, I am looking forward to the much needed upgrade.